Though the premise suggests otherwise — Buscemi’s political reporter deigns to write a profile on Miller’s young starlet — Interview isn’t so much a critique of celebrity culture as a peek into the baffling clockwork that is human behavior. Both leads are riveting as they wile away the night, insulting, seducing, and deceiving each other — not to mention us. EXTRAS In his commentary track, Buscemi, who also co-wrote and directed this remake of a 2003 Dutch film by the late Theo van Gogh, admits he’s a ”whore for laughs.” And yes, the movie has a few. B+
Interview Though the premise suggests otherwise — Buscemi's political reporter deigns to write a profile on Miller's young starlet — InterviewDramaSteve Buscemi, David SchechterPT83MR Though the premise suggests otherwise — Buscemi's political reporter deigns to write a profile on Miller's young starlet — 2007-12-07Sony Pictures Classics
Genre: Drama; Starring: Steve Buscemi, Sienna Miller; Director: Steve Buscemi; Author: Steve Buscemi, David Schechter; Runtime (in minutes): 83; MPAA Rating: R; Distributor: Sony Pictures Classics
Posted December 7 2007 — 12:00 AM EST
- Misty Copeland becomes American Ballet Theatre's first black female principle dancer
- See the 'Magic Mike XXL' trailer... as performed by hot dogs
- Amy Schumer says she would appear on 'The Bachelorette'
- Universal destroyed all of Amy Winehouse's unreleased demos
- Megan Hilty reveals if she'd join the full stage production of 'Bombshell'
- 'X-Files' creator Chris Carter picks 10 episodes to watch before the revival
- Journey drummer Deen Castronovo indicted with rape charge